Babes on Bikes is a campaign to make cycling safe and accessible for women and children in Adelaide.
We don’t believe signs and paint on the road are enough to keep us safe, we need separated bike paths that provide an integrated and direct route to the places we need to go.
We need investment in family friendly and female friendly cycling infrastructure in the inner suburbs of Adelaide and beyond, for our children and the planet.
Kidical Mass is more than just a protest, it gives children a voice, creating a positive vision for the future, connecting the young and old across the cycling community.
Join our local event on Sunday 25 September 2022 at 10 am beginning and ending at Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli.
Our Motherload Movie Screening Event was held on Sunday 29 May 2022, over 100 people joined us at Healthy Living Precinct, Welland to view this award-winning film.
Check out photos of our event here.
Held on Saturday 6 November 2021 to coincide with the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021.
The protest parade was designed to be family-friendly and fun. There were no speeches. Instead, it was an hour of power as we rode, walked and pushed our way north from Tarntanyangga/Victoria Square to Pennington Gardens West.
The BoB Adelaide petition has gathered over 250 signatures.
We presented a special holiday video update to elected representatives from the inner rim areas of Adelaide in December 2021.
Held on Sunday 10 April 2022, it gathered a group of like-minded parents and cyclists keen to see active travel become safer in the inner southwest through a direct, separated cycling link between Westside Bikeway along Barwell Avenue, across South Road, along Everard Avenue and then linking to Anzac Highway and the Parklands Trail.
Read more here.
Read our submission to the Draft 2022-2032 Cycling Strategy for South Australia – here.
Read our submission to the City of West Torrens on their draft Local Area Traffic Management Plan – here.